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For Emerson Lake and Palmer, completing “Toccata” was quite a journey: ‘He looked like he was in pain!’

For Emerson Lake and Palmer, completing “Toccata” was quite a journey: ‘He looked like he was in pain!’

Emerson Lake and Palmer ended up a quest to gain permission from the original composer of this stand-out track from 1973’s ‘Brain Salad Surgery.’

‘It looks like the Bee Gees': Carl Palmer tears into Emerson Lake and Palmer’s Love Beach

‘It looks like the Bee Gees': Carl Palmer tears into Emerson Lake and Palmer’s Love Beach

‘Love Beach’ was the lowest-charting LP of an otherwise celebrated era.

Keith Emerson and Greg Lake – Live from Manticore Hall (2014)

Keith Emerson and Greg Lake – Live from Manticore Hall (2014)

These two clearly aren’t finished, even if Emerson Lake and Palmer seems to be.

Gimme Five: Garage Sailing Part II, with Traffic, Emerson Lake and Palmer, the Who and others

Gimme Five: Garage Sailing Part II, with Traffic, Emerson Lake and Palmer, the Who and others

Finding cool old CDs on sale is great. Just don’t get the greedy eye.

‘I am a big fan': Carl Palmer dedicates art work to late Emerson Lake and Palmer cover artist

‘I am a big fan': Carl Palmer dedicates art work to late Emerson Lake and Palmer cover artist

The piece combines hand-painted brush strokes with fine-art photography.

‘Some of it was a little bit overblown': Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson on prog rock’s ups and downs

‘Some of it was a little bit overblown': Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson on prog rock’s ups and downs

Anderson says he and contemporaries in ELP and Yes were often just showing off.

‘The point where it all comes together': Greg Lake opens up about his all-time favorite Emerson Lake and Palmer album

‘The point where it all comes together': Greg Lake opens up about his all-time favorite Emerson Lake and Palmer album

This Lake-produced project remains ELP’s best-ever charting U.S. release.

‘It wasn’t ELP anymore': Greg Lake on a one-off experiment called Emerson Lake and Powell

‘It wasn’t ELP anymore': Greg Lake on a one-off experiment called Emerson Lake and Powell

There came a point in the 1980s when E and L chose not to wait for the original P.

‘I don’t really think I can do this': Carl Palmer on the difficult decision to join Emerson Lake and Palmer

‘I don’t really think I can do this': Carl Palmer on the difficult decision to join Emerson Lake and Palmer

His name is right there in the title. But Carl Palmer wasn’t so sure about this at first.

‘It opened up the possibilities': Getting that first Moog wasn’t easy for Emerson Lake and Palmer

‘It opened up the possibilities': Getting that first Moog wasn’t easy for Emerson Lake and Palmer

Keith Emerson initially contacted the Moog company, asking for a free one in exchange for an ELP endorsement. They had a stern reply.